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HE FEME NIX VOL. 3. XO. 23. WIIOLE XO. 105. riicENix, MARicorA county, a. t. Wednesday, july 23, 1S79. NEW SERIES NO. 30. The Herald. Tabllflhcd eveiy Saturday and Wednesday. QOSPER & McCLINTOCK, FKOPKIKTORd. BuiflcurTiox Rates: One oopy one year. -One cojtr sis Biocths, - - -By carrier, in Fhuenix, per month. -Adtkrtibixo Kates: gr no 2 M Wet ne Inch, one insertion. - - g 2 00 Xftrn HUhfenuont lnerTton. - 1 i Professional cards, pur -month, - 150 CuAKLEt W". Crank is oar Authorized .Afgunt in i?an r rancisco. PROFESSIONAL. II. It . PATHICK, Civil K nc 1 n r r Dcpnty V. S Mineral Surveyor for Arizona. OrncB-With TV. A. Iluncock Photnix A. T. II. M. HAYKH. Attorney and I'smiwlor nt Law Phoenix. A. T. A!l kinds of Legal Business promptly attwndod to. hkvj. nonuAX, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Tncson. Arizona. All law hneincs!! will receive prompt and -careful attention. J. A. ZABUiaKIE. B. II. UEItKFOIlD. IIKKKI Oltl A XAItltlMKIli, Attorney and Counsrlorn at l.aiv And Notary TuMic. OftVe on Myera street, opposite Palace Hotel. Tucson." Arizona. It. Ij. ItOMNOV. 51. I. P h j- h i c 1 a n and Nnrecon. (Graduate of the University of Va.) OflV-r hi professional pwiw to the peopleof Plm-ni and vicinity, office N. W Corner Wahinon and Center Street, op posite the Post Otiice. I. U. COX. A. C. BAKUR- t OV A IIAKF.K, Attorney at. Law, Plm nix. A. T. Office. np-ptnir. in Capital building, on ' Washington fdreut. II A It TO V i MIIKKTO. rhynlrlanit and Ngrctons, Will attend provisional calls at any hour -! the clay or iilirht. lhru east sme ot 111 plaia. O. II. V. Slieets. M. 1).. iuleof li-no. Nev. : 4. E. Wharton. M. D., U. S. Medical .Examiner. J. W. KTEI'IIKXSO.V, Attorney at Law. PlKESIX Arizona I. K. fOXYKKS, Phynlrlan and Mnrgreon. (Late of Yisnlia. Cal.) Offlr on Washiup;ton street, two doors from Montezuma. JII.1IH W. VAX MIjYCK. Attorney and Connxelor at Law, McMilUnville. Maricopa Co.. A. T. Will practice In all the court of the Terri i torv. JOHX X. AI.NAP, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Phcenix. Arizona. All bnninesp promptly attended to. Office with tha District Attorney. - raoBATi jriwiE. kotart plulic. TJVM. A. IIAXt Ot K, Attorney at Law, Phasnix, A. T. rLand businces in all departments a - Fpecialty. JOII It. t.K !'.,. 31. O. Phyoirian.Snreeon A Arronrher. References without permission: V. M. Coekrill. IT. S. Senator. Mo.; Col. John T. 'risp. Democratic nominee for Conzress from Missouri. Office two miles south llay- den.s Ferry. Arizona. HIiAHK (. AMKAYKKM. Gold dnst. sold and silver bnllion and . ores of evt?ry description melted and assayed. All assays guaranteed. Prices of ore assays: Silver and pold. $3: lead. $H: Clipper, Samples can be sent by mail or express, and returns will be promptly made. Office with Wells, Faro & Co., Prescott. BUSINESS CARDS. FOR SALE. A complete set of Surveyor's and Civil Engineer's Instruments, for sale reasonably. They are in first class condition and guaranteed. Apply at this office, or to the un dersigned. M)-tf WM. ISAAC. PIONEER BAKERY ! VASniXGTOX Stkeet. North&ixt Corner of the Plaza, ffisht IavrH or It rend for !lflll Fruit fake' and I'astry of nil kinds, for etldin parlies, etc.. preuared to .ir'!-r. OTTO GEISKXIIOFL'K, To Academies, High Schools and Private Families. A N KXPERIENCK1) EDTTATOT? OF rVyouths of both sexes, rcctntiy arrived lu tJiis town. teaciieH 'iATIN, GREEK, FRENCH. SPANISH . And High School course of the English irauches. Address. PROF. P. G. JOYCE. l-'f Phiesix, P. O. E. T. Lowell, CARPENTER& PLASTERER All work in (lie above line promptly attend"! to. EnKt rnd of Wa-hinirton H(ro-t. orrn llo-k hcvtiid ih- rhfHiiix: Jirci. und dircctlv p Vcitu tbu building of A - oriiie r. tii if MISCELLANEOUS. pico house, Los Angeles, Cal The Only Flrt-Cln Hotel in Houlhfru California. JOHN WHITXET Manager. Big Bug Station YAVAPAI CO., A. T. 27 5Illrn from Irrrott and AO M I le4 from lhoenix. on the If lark Canyon Road. Having pnrrhned the above station, the traveling public will nlwayx find meals, cram and luiv at all times. A bar, with ood stock ol" liquor, on hand. SXYEK.MAlXt EY & CO. Boot and Shoe Maker. Washington atrcet.adloiiiin? the Ntorc or I'astancda. Kahion:ih! Tiot and Shoe of the bent material made to order in elfgant mvIc. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. I rive mv enlim attention to niFtom made w.r, ana l rinvn every lanlitv for rivm uutiru baiil'acliuu bund in vour order. E. GEH1V3AR3, Practical Boot & Shoe Maker. Boots and Shoes, MADE TO ORDER, AND REPAIRING NEATLY DONE t-Shop at Waterman "a Tin Shop. ICE! ice!! LOUNT BROS.,. Will deliver ICE to any part of the city at the following rates; Ten Ponndu and over per day. Cent per Pound. Visder. Ten Ponndu per day, M veil 1'cutn per Pound. Leave orders at the Factory, or with K. Uauz, Washington street. 95 tf Wine Rooms. Miss Katie Hayward - - Prop. Ifavine leased the Old Ttrowerv Saloon, and refilled it entire, and added a" sudcrior quality of WINES LIQUORS & CIGARS. I would be pleased to entertain my old friendi and the public trencrully. 93 tf MISS KATIE. Fast Freight Line BETWEEN Phoenix and Maricopa. Freight delivered in One Day. The Pnjaiir are informed that we have es tabhslieVTu.r'ast Freight Line between this citv and imi ruilroad. Address nil ctMii.'Miini catious. 31AIKLbYllIl..tkK. Phieuix, A. T. T- A. Waterman 1I.VS OPENED A SEW Tin Shop. Opposite tlio losr-of.H't. Prompt attention ;;iveu to Repairing and Job Work. A W'- a; .orimrilt L,f Tiu auJ hcct lion MISCELLANEOUS. u STAR " BARBER SHOP. FELIX DEES, Shaving - 15 cents. Formrrlr with William Stnr(nlnn hn tiwvd ni a JtarbtT Shoi oniiopitc the ItKitAia Oflire. whrre he will W plfiit'd to fii? in uuun'roiiH irnmir ine ininuc in irrtMTrtl. Shaving. S h:i in ami Ilnir t 'nt t inn .lone in the Latent. Style and eati factiuu guaranteed. PHCENIX ART GALIiERY Soutlnveyt Corner of Plaza. The x-nterst:nft. ttavixo com ;let.'d liis 11 pw iialit-rv. ii now pre iKirrd tn execute all work in 1mm line in the Iwst ntyle and at nastn:ilU; rates. A roinphte astirtnunr of AHIZUNA SCKN K H Y always on hrmd. A f.ill line of Picture Frames aud Mould-in-. Pictures framed to order. G. 11. KOTHROCK. White & Walters KEEP A FIRST-CLASS On Washington Street, Pliocuix. Imported Wines, Liquors and Cirars. Cheap Living! Board reduced to $7 00 per week. Single Meals - 50 cents. ot the Cosmopolitan Restaurant. XVM. HOI,LAn. The United States BREWERY, Wishes to inform tUe public and lovers of jrowl Lager Beer!! That they have reduced the price of Lotlled ueer, to Three Dollars per Dozen, In order to allow the poor as well as the rich, to olitain u beverage highly beneficial to health. It. lVEIIRFKETZ Lats of Suit Lake City Brewery. THE BALDWIN. The Lending Hotel of San Francisco and the most elfirantly appointed hotel in he world, over Sl.rjttojNm huvin been ex pended bv Mr. Baldwin in its construction and fnniishhijr. llcHiUimirtrrs army and navy. Speci.il iicroitiiiimlations for families and lame pr.rtie. Priers the name as at other firs-class htHJ. to per day. Special contracts u ill he msile for perma nent boarders. The f'otel eoaches ami rnr riaires iu waiting at all 1m;Us and railway depots. liooms can be reserved before arrival by Tehirraihiin: the Italdwin. A. MACAliKK. Bu&iuesa Manager. Peter Brix & Co., Phaniz - - Arizona. SODA WATER ....AND.... SARSAPARILLA. For Saloons. Families and Evrryliody, IMeasaitt. Healthful anl i'lienp. Is ytm dnnt like it s;r::i::ht. ask fr a -fc Sotla C'tickiail,"1 SaltKnis furnisn tiieni. JjfOrdi'rs solicited and t-aiifaction uar aute.ed. Washington The public are resperrfiilh- ii!f.rmeI that I have moved my hurln r rhop to tliu buiMin mi Washinioii street latelv occu pied by the dru-- sore of Dr. Ffiivi rs. and that I have also ojieued a lirsl-class batliiuL' establiiinienr. liy strict attention to business I bopo to warrant a lair share of vour iii rmia"e. WM. TVKNLIUKU. Late ut aii Francicu. ;.' MISCELLANEOUS. FURNITURE ! The undersigned lias on hand a large assortment of Furniture and Upholstery. Also manufactures to order FIXE CABINET AY A RE, DOO 1 SS. WA TNSC ATI NO, AXD OFFICE FITTINGS. Ffitern mnde chnirfl contnntly on hand. On V:ihini:toii street, adjoiuini; the ttore of Natliau & Co. GT-tl A. COEKA. Livery Stable ! Washington street adjoining the l'lienix Hotel. Homes noarrted ly tlie IVfck or Tlontli. lay Keeps always on hand the best quality of wheat and i;raiu hay, barley and oals. Good accommodation for teamsters and travelers. Keeps constantly on hand line turnouts. Jlorser boarded at my stable will receive the best attention. GEO. HAMLIN. CALIFORNIA BAKERY, ADAMS STRKET, One block north of the IIt:i;i.r Office: also in the rear of Cupclaud's Sa?h aud ljlind depot. Fii-sli Itread Always on Hand. 11YE AND GKAIIAM BllEAD made to order; also PIKS AXD CAIi.ES. Prices to suit the times. CAUL SCHEKREK. (Late of yan IterTiarilino.) Stt Notice to Farmers I'ersoiis des i rin o purchase machinery of any kind will do well to order the same through J. A. KM 1X1 1. A are nt for Frank Brothers. We are ready at short notice to fnrnlsu Mowers, Reapers. Ileaders, Separators, Engines, etc And to ive time on the same. J. A.Smith. Dudley House, Gurley St., Trcscott, A. T. FIRST - CLASS HOUSE On the European Tlan. Xew and Clean Beds for Lodgers, and Elegant Rooms for families. FRED WILLIAMS, Prop r. T. J. MORGAN, Gurley street, one door cast P. O., Prescott. Arizona Dealer in Diamonds, Watches, Clock?, Jew elry and Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Pens aud Pencils, etc. Watchmaker and Manufacturing Jeweler". AH kinds of jewelry mid silverware made from native old ami silver. Kntrravimrs of every description. Seal presses aud ribbon stumps. uilders' MATERIAL. T!ie undersigned has just received a larg and coiupJcte assoi tmeul of nouits. SASII. i;LIMS. nnil i nnotvs Which are of a better quality and will be sold cheaper than at the Nasli I'aetry Iu I'reseott. All ordi-rs promtlv nt'en.ied to. Adams stri-et, one-hail block north of the Iferaid oiiice. r.. u. pi:i,am BRICK FOR SALE. rpllE rNDERSIONED WISIIKS TO I inform 1 lie public that be bus on hand Brick of a Superior Quality, And iu ay quantity desired Vurtt. !soutlieat Corner of Toivn. 'd II LINVII.LK. E. Ill VINE & CO. A NEW DEPARTURE. Gash Down Or No Sale. WE WILL HAVE TTIE FAY OR KEEFOUIl GOODS! We hereby notify our friends and the public generally that from this time forth we will cease to sell for credit on any terms whatever. o are aware that in order to do this we will have to sell cheaper than our neigh bors, and we are prepared to do so. As we are building we are very much j preSSCU f()l- CUSll, aild therefore it will be better for us to sell for cost than to sell on ever so short a time, no matter how good the biryer. The facts in the case are just these: it is a necessity with us to have our goods or to have the wherewith to biir more. Of course we do not expect to do so much business, but we are de termined to do what we can. Our Lumber Yard is now full and nearly com plete. Provisions, Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Fruits, llone7, Summer Hats, Ranch Butter, Hardware, Tinware, Faints, Oils, Glass, Rutty, Crockery Ware, Iron and Stool, Lamps, Fowder, Fuse, fcc , &c, vc, &c, &c. Irvine & Go. Keep on the West side of the Flaza. Remember the sign over the door, E. IRVINE & 06. Variety Store Tienda Barata. THE PIKENIX HERALD NE3II-WKKK1.Y KI IT I O X. W ednesday, July 3, 1H71. PLANCHA DE PLATA. Translated Expressly for The Phcenix Herald. The Indians Subdued by General CrooK of Arizona. Situation of the Mines- How to Reach Them. The hostile Indians having been by the combined forces of General Crook, of Arizona, and those of Mex ico subjugated and removed to dis tant reservations, he ilid not have much dillioulty in finding the places from whence had been taken the large masses of silver, ;:nd under his pr teetion main- prospectors and miners worked the old mines and dis covered new ones. The district pros, pec ted extended only two miles They did not find any placers of sil ver but found many ledges of chlor ide of silver, which a few feet from the surface became wider and appear ed to contain silver in large quanti ties but they did not find uny native silver. It must be borne in mind that this expedition was not prepared for work of any 'kiiid, their only- oI ject was to find pure silver or placer mines. So in a few months they abandoned the district. There re mained but one man who continued working some months, sinking a shaft in a ledge which he named ''La Alezia," to a depth of 4-" varas. He reduced the ore so obtained in a very imperfect manner by means of arnstras, in order to defray his ex. penses, but having gone to this depth and not finding native silver as he expected he also left. Some prospectors arrived there last sum mer put up some arastras aud com menced working the earth which had been excavated from "Las Oji- tas, iu the search after native silver One by one others also came. Two or three months since a small party of Americans arrived who are slow ly discovering the ledges opened by General Serna. Such in brief is the history of "Las rianchas" as t'iken from the archives and as related by those who took part in the more re cent expeditions. SITUATION. "Las Planchas de Plata" are situ ated in the Arizona liange of moun tains, a range of mountains com mencing near the frontier of the United States and Mexico longitude 111. That part of the range extend ing into Mexico contains two bran dies of the Magdalena River, a river of some importance whose source is iu this range and which runs south east towards the Gulf of Corte z. In the northern part of this range there are two branches of the Santa Cruz River which flows northwest until it joins the Gila River and on its banks we find the old pueblo of Santa Cruz and the town of Tucson. "Las Planchas" are situated to the east of the ridg which divides the two principal branches of the Mag dalena six or eight miles from the line, four or five miles to the east of "Agua Caliente," seventy-five miles directly north of Magdalena, Sonora, seventy miles northeast, ot Altar and twcniy-five miles southeast of "Oro Blanco" (on the American side of the same range) 10' Z miles to th southeast we nnu "Agua tarca ' a village on the main road from Tuc son to Magdalena. From this point is probably at present the road of entering the district. From Tucson to Ailga barca ny wagon roau is eighty miles, from Magdalena it i; forty-five miles. The roads from these points are excellent. From "Agua Sarca." (Elevation 2.S0O feet,) there is a trail a little rough, leaving the main road and passing through a line valley course north 5b west six and a half miles from here the course to "Las Planchas" is nearly west, the distance being about three miles. The trail never theless is somewhat winding al though of a good grade for teams up to the summit where the eleva tion is 4,mQ feet, from there two miles down the valley we ilml the camp called by the earlier discover ers. "Las rianchas." This descent. is a little steep in places but pas sable in its present stale for all I.hi.ls fleams. Iu 1871 they took large! loads in "Las Planchas by tins road j and although each train h id to dis. join, a Jiht waou and two Iioi'lcs 1 would encounter no difficulties, ex penditure at that point would make the whole road practicable for nil classes of freights. There are roads from here to "Oro Klnnm. to Saric and the ranch of Pete Kitch en on the Tucson road- To the two last named points, good roads ran lie made at a very little expense. So far the district is accessible from all directions. "Northern notes. Tiger" Wistfully Watches the Watermelon. Suburban Sojourners Visit ing Prescott. V3ining Prospoct3 Loom ing Up cOmtESrONIVENOE OK TUE TIER AI.D. Pukscott, July lllh, 1S7J "A busted dry rancher watching for a rain, No rain from day to day", is Ihe !a. test perversion of Tennyson in this quarter, and it does truly seem that Old Probs" has overlooked us this season entirely. However, we may be so fortunate as to get a little wet ting before the Summer is over and we must for the present content our selves with those refreshing littlo items which occur daily in each of our papers, to the elfeet that "The sky is overcast with clouds Willi ev ery indication of a shower,'.' and "Look out for the rain," "Get in out of the wet." "Clouds are still threatening to rain," etc., etc. and still uo precip itation to gladden our fevered visions anil depleted finances. Upon picking up the Aruonon this evening, l.was strucK ttumu wiiu amazement upon reading the follow ing tearful announcement; "liutlcr is scarce in tins lnarKcl. ' iggs are worth 70 ets a dozen." Cheer up yo denizens of the briny brooklets, mos ey around and gather up your butter and if it is fresh when you start with it, you may rest assured that it will be "oil right." when you arrive and bear in mind that aa egg runs the guantlet of a grocery store and kitch en before any suspicion or doubt en ters the olfactories as to the state of health the hen who produced said erg may have been in at the period of said produclion, so trot on your butter and eggs. THE HON. JOHN II. MHiX Who has baen confined to his room for some time past with a rather se vere spell of sickness, is once more on his feet. The fanners on the Verde are mak ing hay while the win shines, as is evinced by the many loads of that ar ticle which arrive daily. And while I am on the subject of fruit, don't let me forget to mention that on Saturday there drove into town the traditional canvas-covered 'wagon of wtOtT-uiet-ons the first of the season with the traditional jrentlenmnly extortionist iu charge, who quietly "informed en quirers'that the price" whs ot:e dollar each. I went down into the inuer most recesses of my drygoods and af ter chasing a brass pauts.bntton. a colhir-stud and an old shell-handle-pen-knife with three blades broken and the fourth in the act ot transition from a knife-blade to pocket-saw, and failing to get the necest-ary "paster" into a corner, I sadly with drew. Mr. and Mrs. E. Grant arrived yesterday from Wickcnburg. Mrs. Grant has been sufierlng for some time past with that disagreable disease so fatal in the prosperous days of that camp, known as the Wickenbur' fever and comes here for a change of air and medical jittcndance. Frank Powers and J. Ptcrson who are in town from Peeples Valley, re port that considering the drought, crops are doing well. Chas. E. Bow-en departed hence to Santa Fo, Xew Mexico, by stage, this morning, on a business trip east. THE TIC. Kit MILL Is running smoothly and doing its work nicely, and Supcrintcndant Helm states that he has now ample water at his command to keep it g--ing. It is designed to ship 75.0t:t worth of bullion as the yield of the first oOdavs run. The Peek mill started r.p Sunday morning. The Black Warrior mine is said to lie lookinsr finely and some ot its ex tensions opening up favorably. The Vulture pump at Seymour is in first class working order and tlu in ill shuts up on Monday next Tubu lin estimate of over 20u,lCO tons of rich ore ::t the mill. Governor Gosper leaves lirre on Wednesday to look after his mill m w en route liom Chicago. It the num ber of mills en route, in procc.-s ot consiructum, and tor which negoti ations are pending are an indication, we may celainiy look for belter tiinc.-v this vi inter, tha i te have tti knouu. in Northern Arizona. Th-.'i!ii"UicUT, 'JS degrees. Ti::i It.